SHELTER SHED FOR UNEMPLOYED.
I The Mayor of Toowoomba (Alderman F.
J. Paterson) announced on Wednesday
I that, following on a deputation ot uu ?' employed single men, which waited, upon
him relativo to the erection of a shelter shed for them, the City Council, In con- junction with the Social Service League, would in very short time proceed with the erection of a shelter. The Mayor added that he had been in touch with the Under Secretary of the Department of Labour and Industry, and it had been agreed that tho department would contribute a certain amount of the cost conditionally upon the council and Social Service League bear- ing portion of the expense.
Inspector W. H. Lipp has received ad- vice of the transfer of Acting Sergeant J. Mather from the Police Traffic Office, Toowoomba, to North Ipswich, where he has boen appointed to the charge of tho station, also of Constable George Mar- chant, from Toowoomba to Townsville: Constable C. Jesberg, from Roma Street to the Toowoomba Traffic Office; and Con- stable C. E. Miers, from Peranga to Too- woomba.
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.
The following nominations have been received for office-bearers to the Too- woomba Chamber of Commerce for the ensuing 12 months :-President, Mr. T. Williams, vice-presidents, Messrs. G. Fowler and T. O'Brien; treasurer, Mr. O. Bowdler; committee (ten to be elected). Messrs. C. Fortescue, A. A, Griffiths, A. E. Lavors, J. M'Mastcr, H. M'Stay, A. J. Offner. W. C. Peak, G. Perrins, F. J. Pigott, H. L. R. Rogers, J. W. Rosbrook. and Herbert Yeates.